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This item has been discontinued. Please select another item from our flowering shrubs.Orders shipping to the following states: AZ, CA, CO, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA, and WY are subject to a 20% handling charge due to additional plant preparation and shipping surcharges.
Coppertina™ Ninebark is striking all season long with its copper orange foilage. Coppertina™ Ninebark is a flowering shrub with lovely pinkish white flowers in early summer providing a wonderful contract against the burnt orange leaves. An American native plant, the Ninebark Coppertina™ is easy to grow and adaptable to acidic and alkaline soils. Although a tough plant, you will want to provide the Coppertina™ with air circulation to prevent foliage problems.
Coppertina™ Physocarpus opulifolious 'Mindia' PP 16371 (Can 2892) is drought tolerant once established. Grows 6 to 8 feet tall and up to 6 to 8 feet wide. Space 6 to 7 feet apart. Upright growth habit.
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